Google makes it easier to order food online via, Search, Maps, or Assistant
You can now directly order food from Google Search, Maps, Assistant. Google added the “Order Online” button to this application.
Google has made them user-friendly even while upgrading their basic apps. You can now order food directly from Google Search, Maps, Assistant. Google has added an “Order Online” button to these apps. This information has been receiving through Google’s official blog post. According to the blog post information, this feature of Google has just started for American users. Google has partnered with many American food order companies for this.
How to order food online?
Users can pick between pickup and delivery and select which service they want to order their food through. If the restaurant supports it, the ordering selections would be made entirely through Google’s interface and Google Pay. However, it remains unclear whether or not the feature would work on Google Assistant-enabled smart speakers or smart displays.
Previous order will be able to repeat
Users can ask Google Assistant to repeat a previous order as well.
Companies that have partnered with Google’s food ordering platform are DoorDash, Postmates, Delivery.com, Slice, and ChowNow – and Google plans to add support for Zuppler and others in the future.
Recently, Google has made its search engine interface easier for mobile users so that users do not have trouble finding anything.